Viking Chef: Feast Frenzy is what you get when you mix high-intensity multiplayer games like Overcooked and cozier titles like Minecraft, (when you’re not playing in Survival mode). Developed by Devlex Online, you take on the role of a simple Norseman who is tasked with creating delicious meals in order to please the Gods. Cooking games aren’t a new genre, but adding Norse recipes and beautiful levels adds a new niche to a wildly popular genre.
What Is Viking Chef: Feast Frenzy?
Viking Chef: Feast Frenzy puts you in the shoes of a Viking in a traditional larder. The ingredients are laid out before you as well as cutting boards, pots, plates, bowls, and more to aid you in creating the recipes asked of you by the Gods. For every meal that you cook correctly, you’re given an Odin’s Coin to purchase cosmetics and other items. Every time you cook a meal incorrectly, a coin is taken away.
Unlike games like Overcooked, instead of being given a few minutes to create these meals, you’re given much longer timeframes. For example, the demo has a timeframe of until nightfall for you to create your meals, with the timer beginning at dawn. This creates a much calmer vibe that invites cozier replayability with friends.
Viking Chef: Feast Frenzy Key Features
What makes Viking Chef: Feast Frenzy so interesting is that there’s more to it than just cooking. You’ll also experience:
Exciting Environments – You’ll be able to play in different areas, each with its own challenges and ingredients for you to use! You can cook on a boat or even in a lush forest!
Co-op Gameplay – Play with your friends online and race against the sun!
Diverse Ingredients – The dishes and ingredients come from real recipes from the Viking era like vegetable soup and carrot soup!
3D World – Explore the beautiful world around your kitchen with hidden easter eggs!
The game is in early access, with an available demo that you can check out now. When we played it, we were immediately excited at the prospect of having a cozy time recreating recipes and checking out the environment. It was also incredibly ideal that the stress of having to finish before the clock hit zero was basically eliminated.
Check out developer Devlex Online on Twitter/X, where you can get the most up to date news about the demo and, ultimately, the official launch!
Check out this video by Matt From The Awesome Duo on YouTube that showcases the gameplay and multiplayer aspects of the game: